With a population of 1,200, Strengen is a municipality perched at 1,000 metres above sea level between St. Anton and Landeck.
Centuries-old buildings such as the Maria-Hilf Gnadenkapelle chapel, the wooden bridge over the Rosanna river and many traditional farmhouses in the village serve as a reminder of Strengen's long history as a settlement on the old Roman road leading up to the Arlberg pass connecting the provinces of Tirol and Vorarlberg. The best way to explore the region is on foot using the 300km of hiking trails connecting many wooden huts serving food and drink. Mountainbikers can explore the Stanztal Valley Cycle Path, the Sattelwaldweg trail and the Rendlalmrunde, while rock stars will find plenty of climbing routes and via ferrata to keep them busy.
In winter Strengen is the ideal starting point for skiing in St. Anton am Arlberg, See im Paznaun and Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, three large resorts perfectly prepared pistes and a number of snowparks for freestylers. Cross-country skiers will enjoy the 40km of marked cross-country skiing trails. There is also a large network of winter hiking trails.